Cultural Competency Opens Dispute Resolution Doors
Imagine my great delight when I was chosen to co-meditate a large matter in Paris, France. I’ve never missed a chance to visit my favorite city. The mediation would be multi-party, bilingual and multicultural, and would require three mediators. After thanking my lucky stars that I defied my engineer father and majored in French literature at Cornell instead of something “practical” (I was right about having no adult use for trigonometry as well), the planning to work out the logistics (no small undertaking) began.
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New York Law Journal
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